The Food Podcast
About This Show
Join best-selling cookbook author and food stylist Lindsay Cameron Wilson as she talks with the people who work in the food world and the path they took to get there. Exclusive interviews, comprehensive research and special surprises round out this podcast-adventure into the world of food.
Most Recent Episode
THE FOOD PODCAST 011 - Food Rituals
Daily ritual is an obsession of mine. I work from home, and when I come across others who do the same, with success, I want to know exactly how they do it: how their daily flow, from food, to sleep, to the time they awake, sparks creativity in their day. So, for episode 11, I ask three of my favourite ‘work from home’ creatives to share their daily rituals with me. 1. Mason Currey, the author of Daily Rituals, shares his secret clothing item that helps his focus. 2. Claire Cameron, also a writer, guns it through the dark, early in morning, then breaks the flow with something her husband makes for her… 3. Andrea Dorfman, animator and filmmaker, sneaks a little skinny dip in before her day begins. I once asked her what she thinks is the difference between routine and ritual. She replied - routine + spirituality = ritual. But what do the academics have to say about ritual? Dr. Martha MacDonald s a folklorist who works as the acting director of the Labrador Institute of Memorial University. Dr. MacDonald explains it all, using traditional Newfoundland ballads, Innu and Inuit food rituals to paint the picture. Magically, the practice of ritual, regardless of where they take place or where they stem from, explain WHY we, as creatives, need them in our everyday lives. I hope you enjoy it. �We're on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefoodpodcast/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thefoodpodcast STITCHER: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-food-podcast-with-lindsay-cameron-wilson Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-food-podcast/id1020743099?mt=2 Lindsay's website: http://lindsaycameronwilson.ca/
Rated 5 out of
I like the host's voice and casual style, and the interviews are great - relaxed and inviting. Food is such a fascinating subject and one we don't talk about as much as just eat!
Date published: 2016-04-20